Prestige Sant Marc Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have also never ever seen a queue as long either but it is well worth it! every morning we would get 2 different pastries and we bought a glass bottle for €2 and the nice lady fills it with freshly squeezed orange juice for 55 cents! Breakfast of champions! Next would be the crucial decision of pool or beach... For the first 2 days we went to the pool where we could layout on the grass and have a few games of ping pong (I still haven't won a game yet grrrr) the last 2 days ...
Checked out of our paris home and had a casual journey to gare de Lyon - till I realised the train went at 10.07 not 10.30! Luckily we just made the train! Our first class seats were spacious though not all together and no table. Rich played loads of cards while I got up to date with this. Easy journey to our ...
... marina was accommodating and the other not. They have some floating pontoons some with water and electricity and others with nothing. We enquired
about the pontoon with water (as this is very important to us) and they wanted 75E a night – a bit steep but what can you do. We then found we can get water at the fueling pontoon which will will do.
Anyways – we have found that the lack of water readily available is proving to be a bit of an ...
... sailing so we arrived at the campsite after getting a little bit lost on the final hint for this site at about 5:30, some 8 hours from when we set off.. On arrival we checked in and they told us to go and find a pitch, I quite like this but Lorna was none to impressed, after all that driving, she just wanted I be told where to park up but it did give us the flexibility to find a spot which we like and suited! It's a massive site with nearly 800 pitches, all quite shaded so ...
... with very strong, very fishy aroma. Being late in the day, we thought what the heck, drove to the far end of the car park and parked by the quayside before locking up and taking a walk back into the town. It reminded me very much of how I remembered Lloret-de-Mar many years ago – full of seafront hotels, bars and cafes. Heading straight for the local Spar supermarket we stocked up with a few provisions and headed back to the camper. Our first Spanish omelette for ...